PhD Student, Guilford Glazer Faculty of Business and Management, Ben Gurion University of the Negev (Primary); The Goldman Sonnenfeldt School of Sustainability and Climate Change, Ben Gurion University of the NegevAs part of her PhD, Tamar Meshulam researches the environmental implications of the digital sharing economy using industrial ecology, economic models, and data science tools. Other interests and past research include digital food sharing and the rebound effect. Tamar also holds a MSc in Environmental Management and a BSc in Computer science from Tel Aviv university. She won the PLATE Best Student Paper Award and 3rd place in ISIE best poster award during 2021 and the Negev and The Goldman Sonnenfeldt School of Sustainability and Climate Change scholarships from BGU in 2022. Tamar is also partially funded by the ISF.